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Learn To Skate (Skate with US)

  • 5100 NW 72nd Street | Urbandale, IA 50322
  • Presented By: Iowa Figure Skating Academy
  • Dates: January 9, 2021 - February 13, 2021
  • Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Wednesday, Saturday
  • Location: Metro Ice Sport Facility 5100 72nd Street,
  • Phone: (515) 490-5148
  • Start/End Time: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
  • Price: Each skater - $120/classes* (6 weeks)
  • Overview

    Skate with US (LTS) Learn To Skate Group Skating Lessons with professional coaches
    (registration is now open)

    Registration open now http://www.dmfigureskating.com/

    Session 3 Saturday 3.00-4.00pm
    January 9,16,23,30; Feb. 6,13

    Session 3 Wednesday evening
    January 6,13,20,27; Feb. 3,10;

    Classes take place at Metro Ice Sports Facility (OAKmoor Sports) at the following address:
    5100 NW 72nd Street Urbandale, IA 50322

    Each skater - $120/classes* (6 weeks)
    Additional skater in family: $100

    PAY IN PERSON ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE CLASSES OR MAKE YOUR CHECK TO
    Iowa Figure Skating Academy (IFSA) AND SEND TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS:
    3204 67th. Street Urbandale, IA 50322

    Cash,Checks,Venmo, Paypal (online) are accepted at the arenas.

    Registration includes:
    30 minutes lesson with internationally rated PSA professional coaches
    Pair of regular rental skates

    About the Program
    A curriculum that offers something for everyone- from the first steps on the ice to mastering advanced techniques. Coaches will evaluate the skaters throughout the Session, testing on the 6th week. We prefer pre-registration on our website to help us schedule class sizes and coaches assignments. We are excited to offer our private lessons (Metro freestyle ice and Ames ice arena Freestyle ice) to help our skaters progress. There lessons are intended for low and mid. level skaters.

    No make-up classes. No refunds (unless classes are canceled due to low involvement), exchanges or credit for future classes. Payment only for lessons of the indicated classes.
    Make sure to wear long pants, long socks and gloves! Helmets are recommended but not required.

    Now, at the times of the pandemic, finding a relatively safe sport for a kid is an understandable priority for any parent. And this is exactly the situation, where ice skating offers a relative safety advantage compared to many other youth sports.